Author Archives: Thornhill Seniors Club
As we return to Standard Time, don’t forget to turn your clocks back one hour before 2 am on Sunday November 1st. It’s also a good time to check your smoke and carbon monoxide detectors. Happy Halloween everyone!
Hello Everyone. We hope this finds you well and continuing to stay safe. We will be offering 3 days next week for Members to collect refunds for pre-paid Travel Desk Trips, Spring Fling Lunch, Snooker Tournament & St. Pat’s Cafe … Continue reading
TSC Art students who paid for March/April classes have recently been contacted by phone regarding refunds for classes unattended due to the COVID closure. As instructed, cash refunds may be collected at the Thornhill Seniors Centre on Wednesday Oct 7th between … Continue reading
Imagine. Create. Learn. Grow. To help support our community during these challenging and unprecedented times, the City of Markham is offering a variety of online programming free to all residents – helping support their physical, mental and emotional well-being while practicing … Continue reading
We regret to inform you of the passing of TSC Member, Gigi Corriveau, on Saturday September 19th, 2020. Gigi was an avid Snooker player and contributor to the Games Room. She will be greatly missed by her many friends at … Continue reading
To our friends celebrating Rosh Hashanah this weekend, we wish you and your family a very happy and healthy New Year.
Dear Valued TSC Members, Over the past months we were hopeful that through submitting several detailed proposals and arranging meetings with City of Markham Senior Management, the Club may have been safely reopened in some capacity this Fall. Despite our best … Continue reading
Hello Everyone. We hope you are keeping safe and well. A letter has been issued to address all Senior facilities and programs within the City of Markham. It’s important that our Members know that the Thornhill Seniors Club is in a … Continue reading
As the COVID-19 pandemic continues, fraudsters will try to take advantage of Canadians. Keep current with potential COVID-19 scams involving websites, emails, texts and calls at the Canadian Anti-Fraud Centre.